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Superfood announce details of new EP

The Birmingham band will release 'MAM' on March 3

Superfood have announced details of their new EP ‘MAM’. Watch the video for new single ‘TV’ above.

The Birmingham band, who have toured with Peace and Swim Deep will release the EP on March 3. It features the aforementioned ‘TV’ as well as ‘Bubbles’ and ‘Melting’, two tracks released in 2013.

The ‘MAM’ tracklisting is:

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‘TV’
‘Bubbles’
‘Melting’
‘Houses on the Plain’

Superfood are part of the line up for next year’s NME Awards Shows 2014 with Austin, Texas and will perform at new venue Oslo on February 19.

The initial line-up of gigs, which also includes headline dates from Phoenix, Parquet Courts, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and Speedy Ortiz, will take place at various venues around London between February 2-25.

The NME Awards Shows 2014 with Austin, Texas are as follows:

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Electric Ballroom (February 3)
Pup, The Miller (5)
Phoenix, O2 Academy Brixton (5)
Slaves, The Black Heart (6)
The Family Rain, The Garage (11)
Courtney Barnett, Sebright Arms (12)
Cheatahs, Birthdays (12)
The Strypes, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire (13)
Only Real, The Lexington (14)
Parquet Courts, Electric Ballroom (16)
Swim Deep, Koko (17)
Chvrches, Scala (17)
Speedy Ortiz, Birthdays (18)
Warpaint, Koko (18)
Childhood, Electrowerkz (19)
Superfood, Oslo (19)
Au Revoir Simone, The Garage (20)
Drenge, Scala (20)
Eyedress, Sebright Arms (21)
Radkey, Sebright Arms (23)
The Orwells, The 100 Club (24)
Circa Waves, The Sebright Arms (24)
Brody Dalle, Hoxton Bar & Kitchen (24)
Fat White Family, Electrowerkz (25)

To check the availability of NME Awards Shows 2014 tickets and get all the latest listings, head to NME.COM/tickets.

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